Paul Jaussen, Associate Professor of Literature, has published a review of Nathan Brown's book The Limits of Fabrication: Materials Science, Materialist Poetics (Fordham University Press, 2017) in the journal ASAP/J. The review examines Brown's analysis of the relationship between nanotechnology, philosophy, design, and contemporary poetry.
How do you study people, things, and futures that do not yet exist? Based on 10 years of scholarship and practice on emerging technologies, this talk will draw on theories around posthuman and the more-than-human in order to understand the emergent aesthetics, ethics, and politics. T
Please Join us For Writing Workshop FridaysPresented by the Writing Center and the Library. 3/1 - Evaluating Sources and Using the Library3/22 - WPE Prep4/5 - Wikipedia & Google Scholar4/22 - MLA Annotated Bibs
If you think popular music has grown angrier and sadder over the years, it’s not just your imagination. It’s science. A scientific analysis of popular music lyrics from the 1950s through 2016, conducted by a student and professor at Lawrence Technological University, showed that song lyrics have become both angrier and sadder since the 1950s.
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